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Old 02-17-2015, 08:18 PM   #21
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Well isn't that interesting.. I never thought to look over at Moss. It says good for 94-05, but it might be worth double checking as the NB head mounting is different than NA. Still need to call FM and ask what the rail only price is.
That could be why they list them separately.
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Old 02-17-2015, 08:34 PM   #22
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They list one PN for 90-93 and one PN for 94-05. Unless it is dual drilled, there needs to be a 94-97 and a 99-05. I'll try to call and confirm with both Moss and FM.

Update: Called Moss and they confirmed that the 94-05 is dual drilled. They are also running a free shipping sale currently. FM closed 15 min ago unfortunately, so no news there.
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Not that I'm a fan of the yo-yo king or anything, (my has he been quiet) I run the FFS rai
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Huh, I wonder why FM stopped selling their own design?



Aside from the clearances on the socket being a bit tight (which should be easy to fix), I haven't seen anything wrong with the one I have.

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Humm... do they sell them sans plumbing? I've never been a fan of SS around all those other components. Of course I'm keeping my M-Tuned so it does not really matter for me.
Fire sleeve over the stainless lines and then you don't have to worry about rubbing against other things.
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Update: Called FM and their rail is $129.99+ship. Shipping is kinda high IMO ($22) to Oklahoma, but still less than Moss.
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